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Puppy stolen from SPCA found, adopted
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A puppy stolen from the San Francisco SPCA has been found safe and adopted.
"Violet" was stolen October 16. Last week, an SPCA employee spotted Violet with a woman on Market Street. Police arrested the woman for drug charges and parole violation.
The SPCA contacted a couple who had shown interest in Violet before she was stolen. She's now with her new adoptive family.
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